Podcast Episode 55: Disney From A Kid’s Perspective

Have you ever really sat down with a kid and asked them what they wanted out of a Disney vacation?  We did!  Our special guest this week tells us all about what she likes about Walt Disney World, what she doesn’t like, what she’d like to see, and what she’d do on her perfect Disney day.

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Podcast Episode 29: End of 2014 and Early 2015 News

This week we discuss all the news for WDW for the end of 2014 and the beginning of 2015.  We talk about new character meet and greets and shows, the removal of the Sorcerer’s hat form Hollywood Studios, attraction closures, and various resort refurbishments.  There’s lots of good information to help you plan your next Disney trip so you don’t want to miss it!

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Alfred Angelo Designs Frozen Wedding Gown

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It’s every princess’ dream to get married at Disney, right?  Alfred Angelo, renowned wedding gown designer, has been helping brides look like their favorite Disney princesses for years.   And now, according to Disney Weddings Instagram account, the bridal company is working on a new design based on Elsa from Frozen!

There aren’t many details as yet on what the gown will look like exactly, but I know I’m excited to see it!

Giveaway! Elsa Animators’ Collection Doll

We are celebrating Christmas in July Frozen style by giving away an Elsa Animators’ Collection Doll! These are an extremely popular Disney collectible and are flying off the shelves. Enter by 11:59 pm on Sunday, July 20.

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Meeting Anna and Elsa at Fairytale Princess Hall

IMG_0718Everyone knows that the Frozen ladies are THE hot thing right now, and we were lucky enough to get to meet them on our recent trip.  The standby wait time when we arrived for our Fast Pass reservation was just over 3 hours.  THREE HOURS.  The line was chock full of little girls just itching to meet their favorite princess and queen and I was ever so thankful that I nabbed a Fast Pass for my little one!!!  We were in and out in less than 20 minutes, a good 5 of which was spent interacting with the Frozen girls and Aurora (the visiting princess with Anna & Elsa that day).  At press time, the ladies now have the arena to themselves and there is no longer a “visiting princess” featured with them.

The characters interacted beautifully with one another, and with my daughter.  She was full entranced by Elsa’s beautiful train and thoroughly enjoyed the fuss they made over her shirt.  Overall, this was definitely a highlight of our trip but I would certainly recommend a Fast Pass for this meet & greet.  You won’t find this die-hard Disney fan waiting in a 3 hour line for much of anything!